Deadline: 6/15/22

Amount: up to $500,000 per grant recipient



Wells Fargo is committed to building an inclusive, sustainable recovery for all through a focus on opening pathways to economic advancement, championing safe, affordable homes, empowering small businesses to thrive, and enabling a just, low-carbon economy. The Neighborhood Implementation Renewal Grant was designed to empower low-income residents and neighbors with tools and support to stabilize and increase their economic standing within their local communities. These grants are awarded on a highly competitive basis to implementation grantees who must demonstrate that their organizations’ evaluation processes include:

  1. An ongoing systematic survey of residents about the quality of life
  2. Quarterly reporting on agreed-upon milestones and deliverables
  3. Assessment of what changes have occurred accompanied by neighborhood indicators that are both evidence-based and easily replicable.

Priority is placed on nonprofit programming supporting low- to moderate-income communities, addressing racial and social equity, and accelerating an inclusive economy for long-term impact.

Eligible applicants:

  1. Nonprofit Organizations
  2. Town, City or County Government


Kelly Donovan